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NOVA SCOTIA - Various - Miscellaneous Obituaries - 77

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Date: Wednesday, 20 July 2016, at 7:06 p.m.

April 6/22: George W. Webb
-- d. March 31
-- ae. 67
-- worked for the Oxford furniture company
-- was a Baptist for 35 years
-- buried at Pine Grove cemetery
-- "leaves wife and family" (no details given)
-- member Oxford LOL No. 2365
-- he had "heart weakness and complications" [March 23]
-- son Carl Webb of Boston [March 30, 1922]
-- dau. Mrs. John F. Palfey of Perth, N.B. (who is the manager of the bank of N.S. there)
[see also March 1; April 21/21]

April 28/27: Mrs John Webb
-- died at Little River on Monday
-- bur. Westchester Cemetery
-- widow of the late John Webb
-- Baptist
survived by:
-- Warren, Amherst
-- D. Hibbert, counciller, Oxford
-- Wilfred, Little River
-- Rev. T. Merritt New Ross
-- dau. Mrs. Oglivie
-- dau. Mrs. Tuttle

May 5/27: Obit: Mrs. Cassia Webb
-- funeral: April 27
-- formerly resided in Westchester
-- buried Eagle Hill Cemetery

Nov. 29/28: William O. Webb

-- d. Nov. 24
-- bur. Nov. 26 in the family lot at the rear of the Baptist Church, Westchester
-- he worked for the bridge building dept. of the CNR
Survived by:
Carl, Halifax (CNR Mechanical Dept)
Guy, Saint John (CNR B&B Dept)
Glenn, ditto
Harold, Pittsburgh, Penn.
Ross, "at home"
dau. Mrs Thompson, Pittsburgh, Penn.

Jan 3/29: Obit: James Webb d. Dec. 22, ae. 11
-- s/o Mr & Mrs. Gordon Webb of Springhill
-- reprinted from the Springhill Record [issue not available]

Acadian Recorder Jan. 10/29 p.2
Arthur Henry Webb
-- d. Jan. 9 at his residence, "Burnside", Armdale
-- he lived nearly his entire life at his faher's estate, "Ashburn"; disposing of it a few years ago
-- b. 1878; educated at Waddell's (Arnold's) School and later at Mount Allison University, where he received his B.A. in 1899
-- he played semi-pro hockey and then worked in his father's firm of Brown & Webb
-- in 1908, with Charles Bell, he founded the Maritime Dental Supply Co.; he remained manager until he retired due to ill health in 1921
survived by:
-- wife Mary (Moore), formerly of Charlottetown, P.E.I.
-- son Fitz [d. 1985]

Hants Journal: Feb 22/29: Mrs. Burpee Lyman
-- died at Berwick Memorial Hospital
-- came to Hantsport from Cumberland a number of years ago
-- involved with the United Church
-- d/o Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Webb (who reside in Horton)
-- dau. Jean, Lena
-- son Frank
-- about 4 years ago they moved to Somerst, Kings. co.
-- buried Riverbank Cemetery, Hantsport

Parrsborro Record
July 16, 1930: Obit -- Mrs. Stewart Webb
-- d. at home at Five Islands, July 2
-- bur. July 4
-- no information on her family or maiden name

[from the database]
Carrie Ercssa WEBB
BORN 1878 PLACE Lynn,Colchester,Nova Scotia
DIED 2 Jul 1930 PLACE Five Islands,Colchester,Nova Scotia
BUR 4 Jul 1930 PLACE
MARR 21 Oct 1896 PLACE Economy, Colchester, Nova Scotia
FATHER: John Charles WEBB

Marriage record: Colchester Co. 1896, p. 106, #119
Alexander was apparently married twice; the second time to
Charlotte Ena Langille; Obit M/S 12/10/94.
-- Cards of Sympathy
Mr & Mrs Chas Webb [her brother]
Harris & Hattie Webb [her nephew and niece]

Hants Journal
April 20, 1932: Rev. Annie G. Webb, ae. 32
-- d. April 5, 1932 at Searsport, Maine at the home of her father (Rev. Simon H. Webb)
-- after several months illness
-- formerly of Hantsport
-- a grad of Hantsport High; she studied at Acadia and Kent
-- she was ordained April 1, 1931 and served the M.E. Churcch in Searsport
survived by:
her parents
bro. Andrew, Searsport
bro. Stephen, Searsport
sis. Pearl = C.F. Lyman, Hantsport
sis. Ada = Aubrey Caldwell, Melanson
sis. Nellie, at home

March 16/33: Marian Webb, ae. 7
-- succembed to burns received March 5
-- d/o Mr & Mrs Wilfred Webb, Little River
-- buried in the family lot: Pine Grove Cemetery, Oxford

Aug. 16/34: Mrs. Henry Mooring
-- Mrs. Catherine Mooring, b. P.E.I.

-- d. at Collingwood on Monday
-- dau. Maude = Charles Webb

April 15/37: Walter S. Webb
-- d. April 9, ae. 45

-- s/o the late Elmer
sis: Winnifred = Alonzo Hollis
-- Mrs. Hollis has been ill for some time
bro: Roland
-- both of Westchester Station

July 17/37: Mrs Alonzo Hollis
-- nee Winnifred Webb, ae. 48
-- died of cancer at Westchester Station, June 7
survived by:
dau. Gertrude = Ralph Rushton
dau. Sadie
dau. Dorothy

Nov 18/37: David Hibbert Webb (p. 5)
-- d. 3 A.M. Nov. 13 after five-years illness
-- b. Westchester, July 1883
-- joined the ICR at ae. 17
-- he was both a Freemason and a member of the IOOF
-- he was an active member of his church and the Liberal party
-- he was also on the town council
-- buried Pine Grove cemetery, Oxford
-- dau: Mrs. T.B. McDormand, Amherst
-- dau: Lois, Lake Placid, N.Y.
-- sis: Mrs. Cooper Tuttle, Providence, R.I.
-- sis: Mrs. U.S. Ogalvie, Amherst
-- bro: Rev. T.M. Webb, Medford, Mass.
-- bro: Wilfred Webb, Oxford
-- bro: Warren Webb, Amherst

Aug 13/42: Alonzo Hollis Webb
-- d. Aug. 7 at Westchester Station
-- buried Cross Roads Cemetery
[PANS MG 5 v. 20, #25 lists him at the WEBB Cemetery at Westchester station and gives his dates as 1883-1940]
-- dau. Dorothy, unm.
-- dau. Gertrude = Ralph Rushton
predeceased by:
-- son Valden
-- dau. Saide

Nov 4/43: Mrs. Margaret Webb
-- funeral Oct. 25
-- d. at Camden at her dau's home, ae. 72
-- Mrs. Ella Mayberry, Camden
-- Mrs. Etta Embree, Springhill
-- Mrs. D. M. Fraser, Central Bedeque, P.E.I.
-- Leo, Westchester
-- Russell, Westchester
-- Bligh, Londonderry
-- Ivan, "of the Canadian Army at Hamilton, Ontario"
-- Raymond, Midgic, N.B.

March 29/45: Cpl. Ivan L. Webb
-- d. Belgium (?) [see next entry]
-- ae. 33
-- he was a track-man with the CNR at Moncton
-- sister: Etta = William White, Pugwash
-- sister: Hazel (Mrs. Ella) = Mayberry, Truro
-- sister: Mrs. (Rev) Douglas M. Fraser, Central Bedeque, P.E.I.
-- bro: Leo, Westchester Station
-- bro: Ray S., CNR foreman Midgic N.B.
-- bro: Bligh, CNR Station foreman, Londonderry
-- bro: Russell, Westchester Station

May 17/45: Sgt. Ivan Leroy Webb
-- d. March 7
-- killed by a booby trap in Germany
-- enlisted Jan. 1943; went overseas April, 1944

Oct 11/45: Wilfred Webb
-- d. Oct 5 at Amherst
-- b. March 7, 1895 s/o John & Catherine (Williams) Webb
-- he farmed at Little River
-- he served with the NS Highland Brigade in WW I and with the Veterans Guard at Yarmouth and elsewhere during WW II
-- wife: Miss. Alda Braid
-- dau: Jean = Alonzo Fahey
-- son: Ronald
-- son: Kenneth
-- unidentified dau [Marian] d. 1933
-- sister: Mrs. Vernon Ogilvie, Amherst
-- sister: Mrs. Tuttle Cooper, Providence, R.I.
-- bro: Merritt, Moncton
-- bro: Warren, Amherst
-- bro: D.H. Webb (died "a few years ago")

March 18/48: Mrs. Lois Thornwaite
-- b. Oxford Nov. 18, 1860
-- d/o Edward Thompson
-- her husband Joseph d. Dec. 20, 1911
survived by:
-- dau: Harriet = [David Hibbert] Webb
-- son: J. Hubert Webb, Greenwood
-- dau: Irene = Thomas B. McDormand, Toronto
-- dau: Lois = Norman Stafford, New York

Mail Star July 23, 1948: Carl Calenic Webb
-- b. Five Islands [July 26, 1907]
-- d. at home in Halifax after a six-month illness
-- s/o William and Millie (Purdy) Webb
-- he was a crane operator for the CNR for 32 years
-- he was a member of the Mystic Lodge, IOOF and the Bethany United Church, Armdale
survived by:
-- mother Mrs. W. Thompson, Canonsberg, Penn.
-- wife Vida (Wentzell)
-- dau. Gloria
-- dau. Linda
-- son. Carl
-- sis. Grace
-- bro. Guy, Moncton
-- bro. Glenn, Amherst
-- bro. Harold, Sharonville, Ohio
-- bro. Ross, Amherst

Truro Weekly News Feb. 9/56
Frank N. Webb
-- b. Noel; he came to Truro in 1914
-- d. Feb 2 at Truro, ae. 70
-- he was a stationary engineer at the CNR Roundhouse at Truro from 1918 until he retired about 1951
-- he lived at 31 Monrose St.
-- he was a member of the C of E and the Orange Lodge
survived by:
-- widow: Janie (Hughes) of Northfield, Hants Co.
-- dau. Alice = ____ Hughes, Truro
-- dau. Edna = Murray Blackmore, Truro
-- dau. Shelia = Robert McKenzie, Truro
-- dau. Doris = Leslie Langille, Brampton, Ont.
-- dau. Lillian = Locke Ellis, St. Catherines, Ont.
-- son Austin, at home
-- son Rev. Roy Webb, a chaplin with the Cdn. Army at Montreal
-- son Embred, King's Park, Long Island, New York
predeceaseed by:
-- dau. [Avis Maxine 1912-1916]

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